Wearing little camouflage and a matte black finish, the Aston Martin DB11 S is looking good.
This new prototype is sporting a different front bumper compared to the previous test car, boasting large air intake openings to give it a much more aggressive appearance. The rear has a race-inspired diffuser and a provisional spoiler used for testing, so you don’t have to worry about seeing that in production.
It does appear that it will be an active rear spoiler, raising and lowering when needed. You can expect to see more aerodynamic improvements heading to Aston Martin’s production models, thanks to the research and development placed into the Valkyrie hypercar.
Under the hood, it is expected to use the same 5.2-liter twin-turbo V12 as the standard DB11, but tuned to around 700 horsepower.
The British automaker is working on expanding the DB11 lineup and has already confirmed the convertible Volante model is set to debut in spring 2018.
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